Requests for Applications

The NNLM All of Us National Program offers funding for health information outreach and programming projects.

Funded Projects Guide

Information on using award funds, reporting, evaluation, and other funding requirements for NNLM All of Us funded projects.

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Community Awards

NNLM All of Us Community Awards provide funding for NNLM members to design and implement programming to increase community skills in health literacy, digital literacy and/or public understanding of clinical research, build community partnerships, and promote All of Us and NNLM resources.

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Funded Organizations for 2022-23

All Together El Paso
Alliance of Border Collaboratives - El Paso, TX

Improving Health Literacy in High School Students
Community Health Center, Inc. - Middletown, CT

Improving Digital and Health Literacy among Rural Seniors
Decatur Public Library - Decatur, TX

Engaging Beyond Tablets: Noticing Older Adults during Post Pandemic
Northern Illinois University - DeKalb, IL

The Human Dimension Health and Digital Literacy Initiative
Seton Hall University - Nutley, NJ

Community Unconference: Let’s Talk About Black Maternal Health
University at Buffalo - Amherst, NY

Placticas: Raising awareness, increasing health literacy, and partnering to improve inclusion of underrepresented communities in health research
YWCA San Antonio - San Antonio, TX

NAPC Community Awards 2022-2023

PLA 2022 Professional Development Awards

Applications for this funding cycle have closed. Thank you for your interest in funding opportunities!

The Network of the National Library of Medicine (NNLM) All of Us National Program is pleased to offer funding for up to twenty-five (25) public library workers to attend the Public Library Association (PLA) Conference taking place in Portland, Oregon March 23-25, 2022. Applications are due March 4th, 2022.

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Mini Programming Awards

Applications for this funding cycle have closed. Thank you for your interest in funding opportunities!

NNLM Member organizations can apply for up to $5,000 to host or participate in All of Us Citizen Science Month activities, incorporate NLM or NNLM online activity modules and materials in their programming, or in support of other programs that incorporate health literacy, digital literacy, and raise awareness of the All of Us Research Program.

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